While larger listed companies are increasingly introducing an Internal Audit Function (IAF), this position rarely exists within smaller listed companies. The main reason cited is that these firms believe they are too small for such a role. This is one of the conclusions of the Internal Audit Monitor 2017 study carried out by FSV Risk Advisory on behalf of the Stichting Vaktechnisch Onderzoek IIA in collaboration with Nyenrode Business Universiteit.
The Executive MBA offers a unique view on and insight in international business. One of the recent collaborations is the one with the University of California, Berkeley - known to be top of the list in several rankings.
Carlijn Soer, Full-time MSc in Management student, shares her experience during the Pre-Master of the MSc in Management at Nyenrode including living on campus and participating in the student association (NCV).
Measures regarding compensation incentives for auditors have a different effect on their judgment and decision-making. This effect depends on factors such as various personality traits. This is one of the conclusions reached by Herman van Brenk in his dissertation titled “Compensation Incentives and Personality Traits: Three studies on their Joint Effects on Auditor Judgment and Decision Making”, for which he received his doctorate from Nyenrode Business Universiteit on Wednesday 6th of December.